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Crit Luallen, 1984

Posted on November 19, 2014 | in Uncategorized | by
32-year-old Crit Luallen was interviewed May 14, 1984 after being appointed to the post of Arts Commissioner by Gov. Martha Layne Collins. Ealier this month Gov. Steve Beshear appointed Luallen as the state's No. 2 public official to replace Jerry Abramson, who departed to take a job with the White House to help local officials throughout the country. Luallen, who has served with six other Kentucky governors in high positions was elected state auditor twice, serving from 2003-2012. Photo by Ron Garrison | staff

Crit Luallen, 32, was interviewed on May 14, 1984, after Gov. Martha Layne Collins appointed her as state arts Commissioner. Ealier this month, Gov. Steve Beshear appointed Luallen as lieutenant governor, the state’s No. 2 public official. She replaced Jerry Abramson, who departed to take a job with the White House to help local officials throughout the country. Luallen, who has served with six other Kentucky governors in high positions, was elected state auditor twice, serving from 2003 to 2012.   Photo by Ron Garrison | Staff

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